What to Expect from Your Online OSHA Training Course

OSHA Training Courses OnlineAdvantages to Taking Your OSHA Training Online

There are many advantages to taking a 10 hour OSHA training course online. An online course gives you a lot of flexibility. You will be able to train at your own pace and so can complete the course in two days or take up to three months to complete it. If you wish to complete your course as quickly as possible, you can train up to a maximum of 7.5 hours in a day, which will allow you to complete the course within two days. But if you would rather take your time, then you have three months to complete your course.

You will be able to access your OSHA Outreach any location at any time of day or night. A free PDF study guide is provided which you can print to use as you take your 10 hour online OSHA course. There is also an instructor available by email or customer support available by phone.

You’ll be able to print a temporary certificate as soon as you complete your course. Then within 8-10 weeks you will receive your Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card which will give you documentation to provide proving you successfully completed the course and is accepted in all 50 states.

As you complete each section of the course, you will be given a quiz which you must pass to be able to proceed to the next section. Working from home at your own pace will give you the opportunity to study and complete these successfully. At the end of the course, you will be given a final exam which you must pass with at least 70% accuracy in order to pass the course. You are allowed to take the final exam up to three times if necessary. The PDF study guide which you print will help in studying to pass the exam and the course.

The courses are recommended for all workers as an orientation to occupational safety and health and workers’ rights, and are required by some employers or unions, and by law by certain state governments. Employers can get group rates if enrolling multiple students for a course. It is safe and easy to enroll for a course online or by telephone. You will receive your training from an OSHA accepted provider of Outreach Training and your DOL Waller Card showing successful completion of the course will be accepted in any of the 50 states.